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No collaboration, no innovation. It's that simple. You can have all the great game-changing ideas in the world, but unless you have a highly collaborative team able to communicate, develop, pilot, pitch, and execute on those ideas, you have nothing. Collaboration is the engine that transforms imagination into innovation and moves a business forward.

Towards this end, Idea Champions is proud to announce the launch of a powerful new, skills-based training: We're All in This Together. Developed by collaboration expert, Paul Roth, this groundbreaking learning experience teaches participants how to cut through wheel spinning, misalignment, and old paradigms to actually get something done. Delivered real time or online, it helps participants resolve the five most important challenges facing any team: Intrigued? Seth Godin. - Creativity Cards. Leuke of handige links Organisaties of sites op het gebied van creativiteit > kreanet> cocd.be > cocd.net > eaci.net > cpsb.com > triz-journal.com > waringin.nl > uitvindingen die ertoe deden > geschiedenisvoorkinderen.nl > worldwidebase.com > visionintoaction.de > edwdebono.com > basadur.com Startpagina's > innovatie startpagina > lerende-organisaties startpagina > sociocratie startpagina > uitvind startpagina Opinie en trends > ode.nl > onkruid.nl > faithpopcorn.com > fariansalzman.com > edelkoort.com Creativia > slowfood.nl > vergeteneten.nl > alice-in-wonderland.net > lewiscarroll.org > sprookjesvallei.nl Kunst > vpro.nl/programma/picabia > mudimadrie.be > stedelijk.nl > madeleineberkhemer.com > anniesprinkle.org.

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20 Critical Questions to Resolve for Successful Innovation. Some time back I compiled a list of those critical areas that I felt need addressing for innovation to have a chance of success.

20 Critical Questions to Resolve for Successful Innovation

Going through them again today and in light of different insights picked up on the way, I added more of a descriptor to each. I certainly think these reflect the struggles within innovation that need working upon constantly, so it has a better chance to succeed. This revised thinking I feel has upgraded my own focal points as areas I will be exploring even further in my work in the period ahead. What do you think? Do you think the list is missing something? My upgraded thinking on the 20 top innovation aspects to master and resolve. Kwaliteitenspel.nl. Creative Thinking - Michael Michalko's Home page. The 10 Personas of a Good Brainstorm Facilitator. And allow me to make another wild guess.

The 10 Personas of a Good Brainstorm Facilitator

Many of those sessions left you feeling underwhelmed, over-caffeinated, disappointed, disengaged, and doubtful that much of ANYTHING was ever going to happen as a result of your participation. Yes, again? I thought so. There's a ton of reasons why most brainstorming sessions under-deliver, but the main reason -- the Mount Olympus of reasons (drum roll, please....) is the brainstorm facilitator. Armed with a short list of ground rules, a flipchart marker, and a muffin, most brainstorm facilitators miss the mark completely. The reason has less to do with their process, tools, and techniques than it does with their inability to adapt to what's happening, real-time, in the room. In an all-too-professional attempt to be one-pointed, they end up being one-dimensional, missing out on a host of in-the-moment opportunities to spark the ever-mutating, collective genius of the group.

Translation? Use your right brain and your left. Website Trainnovation. Weblog Trainnovation.